The Fourth Dimension was released in 1988 by the internationally acclaimed, experimental director, Zbigniew Rybczyński. Noted for his work in a number of fields, including short films, music videos and multimedia arts, Rybczyński has been producing innovative film since 1972 and has subsequently won a number of awards for his contribution to cinema. The Fourth Dimension attempts to document manifestations of time on screen and features multiple indirect religious references to the Bible and later, Satan. Shot on 35mm film, the footage itself had to be edited extensively to achieve the skewed effects, which deform the human subjects. To achieve this, Rybczyński was required to produce 480 exposures of every single frame using early video editing software. The full film is almost half an hour long.